Toledo North Assembly Plant

4400 Chrysler Drive
Toledo, OH 43612, USA
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Chrysler - Toledo North Assembly Plant
Latitude / Longitude
Latitude = 41.7012104
Longitude = -83.5227599

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Fight over pickup bragging rights reveals Detroit's fuzzy payload math

Thu, 31 Jul 2014 13:31:50 -0700
No vehicles mean more to Detroit's automakers than their pickups, which have been the most popular models sold by General Motors, Ford and Chrysler for decades. And while the three tend to avoid getting in each other's grilles in most segments, the billions of dollars at stake in the pickup market leads to more aggressive moves. It was one of those occasional spats over bragging rights this week ...

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Floor Space
2.14 Million Sq. Ft.
Acreage
200 Acres
Products
Jeep® Liberty, Dodge Nitro
Employment
1,703 (1,594 hourly; 109 salaried) shared with Toledo Supplier Park
Robotics
608
Plant History
The Stickney Plant was built in 1942 and acquired from Autolite in 1964 for use as a machining and engine plant. In 1981, it was converted for vehicle production, building the Jeep® Grand Wagoneer until the summer of 1991. The facility became the Toledo Assembly Plant when Chrysler Corporation acquired American Motors Corporation (AMC) in August 1987. In the fall of 1997, Toledo North Assembly Plant was built for the production of the Jeep Liberty, which launched in April 2001. The 2007 Dodge Nitro launched in August 2006 and the 2008 Jeep Liberty launched in July 2007.